Super Moko Day will take place this weekend with a drive through COVID-19 vaccination clinic from the Kahungunu Executive Queen Street address.
The clinic will run from 10am to 2pm on Saturday and Sunday with a chance to win $500 gift packs each day.
A focus will be on vaccinating 5–11-year-olds, but the clinic is also available for first and second vaccinations and boosters.
Boosters are the best way to increase your protection against the COVID-19 Omicron variant. If you had your second vaccination more than three months ago, and you are aged 18 or over, it’s time to get your booster now.
A team of vaccinators will be at the drive through clinic and are happy to talk with whānau and tamariki about vaccination and answer any questions.
Meanwhile, Kahungunu Executive is vaccinating 12 years plus on Tuesdays: 9am - 2pm outside Bottle O, Queen Street and Thursdays: 3pm - 6pm outside Kahungunu Executive, Queen Street. To book walk in appointments at the Kahungunu Executive building, or for district wide vaccine bus or home visits Phone 0800 621 700 or Text/phone 027 287 1089
The Queen Street Practice is vaccinating five years plus withdrive through vaccinations weekdays from 3-5pm or phone 06 838 8333 to make a walk-in appointment between 9am and 3pm. Vaccinations can also be administered on Saturday and Sunday from 3-4pm.
If you are feeling unwell, have symptoms, or are close contact of a person who has tested positive, you will need to isolate. For COVID testing please ring the Queen Street Practice on 06 838 8333 and make an appointment. Testing times are from 1.30pm Monday-Friday and weekends from 3-4pm.
Protect yourself, protect your whānau, protect your whakapapa.
‘Kia ū tonu Te Wairoa’
‘Remain resilient Wairoa’
For more info visit the Wairoa District Council Fb page or website #COVID-19
3 March 2022
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